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Ashford Book of CardingAshford Book of Carding
by Jo Reeve
A handspinners guide to fibre preparation - an excellent publication from Ashford covers all aspect of carding - using a flick carder, hand carding, drum carding, colour and fibre blending. The book also has four simple projects for you to try out your skills.
Paperback 94 pages 


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Ashford Book of Hand Spinning
by Jo Reeve
The art of making beautiful yarn. Learn to hand spin from beginning through to more advanced techniques, covering fibre preparation, novelty yarns and five easy projects. Step by step instructions and colour photgraphs help the process.
Paperback 116 pages 


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Ashford Book of SpinningAshford Book of Spinning
by Anne Field
A popular and comprehensive guide to all aspects of spinning. As well as covering spinning wool with a variety of techniques the author also offers advice on the use of other fibres and novelty yarns. Includes a few patterns for knitting and weaving. Over a hundred step by step photographs and ilustrations.
New revised edition
Paperback 160 pages
 


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Big Book of Handspinning
An Alden Amos compendium of information, advice, hints and tips from this builder of spinning wheels, handspinner and handweaver.
Hardback 496 pages 


Price:    29.00 

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Color in SpinningColor in Spinning
by Deb Menz
a classic guide for handspinners for dyeing your own fibres to make the colour you want. The book shows you demonstrations of immersion dyeing, painting rovings, blending colours and fibres then spinning and plying multicoloured preparations.
Paperback 240 pages
 


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Fleece & Fiber Sourcebook
by Deborah Robson and Carol Ekarius
more than 200 fibres from animal to spun yarn in this comprehensive fibre reference manual in a blend of history, georgrahy and science.
Animals - alpacas, bison, goats, llamas, musk ox, sheep, vicunas, yaks and more
Hardback 440 pages 


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Get Spun Get Spun
by Symeon North
The step by step guide to spinning art yarns with structure and character. By combining a variety of skills and unlimited range of fibre possibilities, you'll have spiced up, unique handspun yarns that are useful for all your fibre art projects.
Paperback 120 pages 


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Hands On Spinning
by Lee Raven
All you need to know to spin unique yarns
Paperback 120 pages
 


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Hand Woolcombing and SpinningHand Woolcombing and Spinning
by Peter Teal
this well-known maker of wool combs puts his knowledge in to print in this re-published book.
How to sort fleece, combing, blending and spinning are all expertly covered.
Hardback 184 pages 


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(All new) Homespun Handknit
by Amy Clarke Moore
25 small projects to knit using handspun yarn, ranging from simple items to knit in an afternoon to lace wraps to treasure. Each pattern includes the information needed to create the best yarn for the project or even substitute the right commercial yarn.
Paperback 144 pages 


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In Sheep's Clothing In Sheep's Clothing
by Nola and Jane Fournier
There are scores of different breeds of sheep each with their own characteristics. This book shows photographs of fleece locks and projects incoprporating the wools types are shown.
Paperback 224 pages 


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Intentional Spinner
by Judith Mackenzie McCuin
an holistic approach to making yarn. This book explores the historic traditions of plant and animal fibres, plus surprising developments in manufactured fibres. Step by step instructions and photographs help demonstrate the range of possibilities in yarns, from sturdy plied yarns to playful novelty yarns. Projects show how to create the ideal handspun yarn for weaving or knitting.
Paperback 152 pages 


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Intentional Spinner with DVDIntentional Spinner with DVD
by Judith Mackenzie McCuin
an holistic approach to making yarn. This book explores the historic traditions of plant and animal fibres, plus surprising developments in manufactured fibres. Step by step instructions and photographs help demonstrate the range of possibilities in yarns, from sturdy plied yarns to playful novelty yarns. Projects show how to create the ideal handspun yarn for weaving or knitting. DVD included.
Paperback 152 pages 


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Intertwined
by Lexi Boeger
The art of handspun yarn, modern patterns and creative spinning. Instructions for 30 spinning techniques, 30 project patterns that feature handspun yarn and tips on how to let the yarn dictate the pattern development. Great inspirational book at a very reasonable price.
Paperback 304 pages 


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Learn to Spin with Anne FieldLearn to Spin with Anne Field
by Anne Field
with easy to follow, step-by-step directions, Anne guides the novice spinner through all they need to know to get started. Fleece preparation, worsted and woollen spinning methods, plying, tension adjustment, treadling, skeining, drafting and blending are all covered.
Paperback 208 pages 


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Learn To Spin leaflet
from Ashford
A basic introduction to spinning with clear colour photographs. This leaflet is included with new Ashford spinning wheels.
Paperback 12 pages
 


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Learn To Spin SilkLearn To Spin Silk
by Ruth MacGregor
An illustrated guide to spinning silk
(Paperback 38 pages)
 


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Productive Spindling
by Amelia Garripoli
this book explores the top whorl, bottom whorl and Turkish drop spindles. It shows how to get started, techniques for efficiency and a few tricks to make productivity look cool! There are tips on spindle choice, fibres selection, drafting, joins, plying and finishing. Black and white photos throughout.
Paperback, spiralbound 50 pages. 


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Respect the SpindleRespect the Spindle
by Abby Franquemont
The drop spindle is one of the world's most productive, versatile and convenient devices for making yarn. Take a world tour of spindle spinning, practice techniques to create a varierty of yarns and improve the quality of your handspun yarn.
Paperback 136 pages 


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Simple but Fancy
by Janet Renouf-Miller
a guide to spinning 10 fancy yarns without too much trouble. Included are colour photographs of the yarns to help you learn.
Spiral back 14 single sided pages 


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Spin ControlSpin Control
by Amy King
learn how to adjust your spinning wheel for the best results for the least effort. Discover a variety of drafting techniques to master different yarns. Understand fibre preparation andcombine traditional and new techniques to create the kind of yarn that you want.
Paperback 120 pages 


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Spin It
by Lee Raven
Colour photographs aid understanding of this book about using a drop spindle, chosing, cleaning and carding fleeces and a few simple projects to help the new student complete a project.
Paperback 33 pages 


Price:    8.00 

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Spinner's Companion
by Bobbie Irwin
A neat book containing everything you could ever need to know about spinning including troubleshooting, fibre characteristics, measuring twist and storage of fibres.
An essential book for handspinners.
Spiralback 110 pages 


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Spinning Around - NEW
by Jeannine Bakriges
Spinning, dyeing and knitting Elizabeth Zimmermann's classics. In depth look at fibre, fibre preparation, spinning on a wheel and drop spindle; natural and chemical methods of dyeing; knitting Elizabeth Zimmermann and Meg Swanson patterns from a simple headband to a lacy mananita. Each section has a colour-coded page number.
Paperback 144 pages 


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Spinning Designer YarnsSpinning Designer Yarns
by Diane Varney
This book makes the crafter think about designing yarn for a specific project rather than trying to find one to fit. Learn to apply dye in exciting ways, predict how novelty yarns will look in finished fabrics and learn to make snarl, boucle and knotted yarn to rediscover the excitement of spinning all over again.
Paperback 96 pages 


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Spinning in the Old Way
by Priscilla Gibson-Roberts
Discover the magic of making your own yarn using a drop spindle. The author will teach you everything you need to know about this ancient craft including its history. Simple line drawings aid understanding.
Paperback 176 pages 


Price:    11.00 

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Spin to KnitSpin to Knit
by Shannon Okey
subtitled The Knitter's Guide to Making Yarn
Learn about fibres, tools and materials for spinning and find a substantial selection of simple patterns to knit with that fabulous yarn you have created on your own. Discover how to deal with lumpy yarn, control singles, twist and ply.
Paperback 128 pages  


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Start Spinning
by Maggie Grey
Everything you need to know to make great yarn is included in this practical book. The reader is taken from loose fibre to yarn made on a drop spindles and spinning wheel with advice about the tools used, different fibres and how to spin.
Paperback 120 pages 


Price:    15.00 

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